Krisha & Frank bought fancy clip-on microphones for their YouTube videos. Frank jokes that Krisha should get Mardi Gras beads for her struggle to adjust the mic today.

Krisha found her old tap shoes and is thinking of practicing early in the morning after her duplex neighbors have a late and loud party. She explains to Frank the difference between tap shoes and clogs. Their friend Amanda Marr used to perform clogging routines on Club Dance in the late ‘90s.

Two radio people have interviewed Frank for their autobiographies. Kevin Ryder asked Frank about some of the stunts on the old Kevin & Bean show at KROQ. Jeff Smulyan asked Frank about his days at WAVA and Power 106.

It’s T.A.C.O. (Talk About Content Out) of a basket Tuesday. Listener Aaron is trying to stop biting his fingernails and asks what habits other people are trying to break. Krisha had to wear a retainer with spikes to stop her from sucking her fingers as a child.

Krisha says the hardest habit to break is not asking for help. Frank says when a parent dies early, you might develop an assumption that you have to do things on your own.

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